Serpentine River Jhelum flowing right through the heart of Kashmir capital Srinagar with its destination in Pakistan. In the cluster of households inhabited by Muslims, a Hindu temple is distinctly visible to prove Kashmir as a symbol of tolerance and communal harmony.
K A S H M I R
Kashmir is rightly said to be Natures grand finale of beauty and splendour
| Tuesday, September 15th, 2009 13:59|
plz provide me with contact addresses of some famous sufiana singers of kashmir for selection for performances at international level.
| Monday, September 7th, 2009 10:16|
I, Mushtaq saznawaz,son of most popular muscian Ustad Ghulam Mohammad saznawazwant to convey to you my appreciations as you are highlighting the traditional music of kashmir (kashmiri sufiyana) through the internet. it gives me pleasure that you are doing such taskswhich are needed nowadays to keep this art alive.
Brother, since i am the professional artist of this music. i know its ups and downs.i also have knowledge about its history.it is really a good initiative from your goodself, but i am bound to inform you about some mistakes which are there in site.these include
1) you have not given the correct discription about tal system.
2) you have also mentioned in the site that Wazir joo was the maternaluncle of Ustad sidh joo,this statement is totally wrong.however the correct statement is that wazir joo was the father as well as guru of Ustad sidh joo and also ustad Ramzan joo was the brother of ustad sidh joo.
Moreever we have provided you some latest photographs & some audio clips of Ustad Ghulam mohammad saznawaz which you have not yet published on your site.
correct discription of talas is given below:-
Mukhammus (32 beats, 5 talas)
Neemdour (24 beats, 4 talas)
Neemsakeel (24 beats, 7 talas)
doroi (14 beats, 2 1\2 talas)
Hajiz (14 beats, 3 1\2 talas)
yaka (12 beats, 2 talas)
Doyaka (8 beats, 3 talas)
setal ( 12 beats, 3 talas)
chapndaz(6beats, 1 tal)
Ravani(5 beats, 1 tal)
hope that you shall make these mistakes correct as soon as possible.
|Mushtaq Ahmad saznawaz|
| Danamazar safakadal srinagar|
| Thursday, August 6th, 2009 18:59|
Great website! Quite unique and well needed resource on Kashmiri heritage.
| Sunday, June 14th, 2009 08:01|
My idea of a good website is that its needs to have consistency in all aspects of its pages. Have the Navigation tool in a clean format on the left hand side, preferably in a box type format. I think it makes it a bit more straight forward rather than having a jpeg file rotating in the middle. Any links from the Homepage needs to have the same page format as well. Secondly I think the pictures need to be of a better resolution. The picture at the top of the homepage looks as if it is half done and doesn’t do justice to the quality of the work you have put into it. I also think that links to other websites that would have complimenting information would be a good idea as well. The website is very informative and the layout of text is well thought.
| Monday, June 8th, 2009 16:45|
Very good website, very well organize and I learn new thing about Kashmir :)
keep it up and add more sections relate it to Kashmir ..
God Bless U :)
|Nottm - Jubilee Campus|
| Friday, May 29th, 2009 10:30|
This is a great site; well-constructed and informative with some wonderful pieces of music. It's thoroughly enthralling, well done!
| Friday, April 24th, 2009 21:30|
Salaams to the wonderful creator of this wonderful site. To me this is an elegant site where kashmiri heriatge has been depicted in a wonderful fashion. It really envisages the cultural and eternal essence of kashmir in a voidless manner. Im highly impressed.
Keep going. Fee Amani Allah
|earth, have to be on moon.|
| Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 09:08|
This is an excellent site that is improving all the time. Can I suggest that you have a short introduction on the home page to introduce visitors to the purpose of the site.
| Tuesday, April 21st, 2009 17:51|
This is an excellent overview of the art and culture that makes Kashmir a singularly exceptional place in the world. Well done
Many thanks for comment from the caselaw book.
|Dr Abdul Majid Siraj|
| Monday, April 6th, 2009 01:12|
A great website with wealth of information related to Kashmir's rich cultural heritage.
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